Eczema can really make you uncomfortable all through the day. It causes itching and rashes on the skin and can be a pain in the ass.
Having Eczema and rashes on the face is very common in many people, both male, and female, young and adults, It even affects babies.
Eczema can occur in almost part of the body – your lips, hands, fingers, feet, scalp, breasts, under armpit, buttocks, and even around your eyes, neck, mouth, and genital area.
How can you Prevent Eczema?
If you have once had eczema, there is a chance that it can reoccur later, therefore, it’s important to avoid the triggers and keep it in control.
At the same time, you should take good care of your skin regularly by following these natural home remedies.
- Taking a warm bath regularly
- Using creams that contain moisture and oils to get your skin soft and moisturized.
- Using hydrocortisone steroids.
- Using a soap that does not contain dyes and perfumes
- Using a humidifier and avoid scratching the skin
Besides the cosmetical measures mentioned, it is also important to protect your skin from harmful influences.
For example, putting inappropriate dresses that can make you sweat heavily, making your skin to be poorly ventilated.
You should avoid putting on too tight, breathable cloth, especially during the hot season.
Dry skin is a big catalyst to the development of eczema, therefore, avoid anything that dries out your skin – burning cleaning agents and soaps.
Another way you can prevent eczema is by taking good nutrition. I’ve said it countless times that good nutrition can not be substituted for anything.
Pets are also common causes of eczema, therefore, make sure you buy only hypoallergenic dogs and cats as pets.
The animal dander is a serious trigger of the disease.
How to Treat Eczema Naturally
You can treat eczema on the baby’s face at home fast and prevent acne skin and itching at night if you bath the baby with lukewarm water and moisturize her skin.
Moisturizing skincare products restore moisture to the skin. This is especially important in winter when the air is dry and heated.
Eczema is also common to pregnant women, however, besides taking water, keeping your skin ventilated, avoiding tight cloth, you should seek the advice of your doctor before taking medications.
If you want to prevent eczema, you should also avoid gluten protein food like wheat, citrus fruits, eggs, soy, dairy, etc.
You should rather take more foods that are rich in vitamins, especially vitamin B, D, E, and foods rich in Potassium and zinc, to boost the immune system.
Banana, Salmon, white beans, Acocadoes are good examples. take water regularly to keep your skin moist and avoid stress.
In general, a healthy, balanced diet contributes to healthy, resistant skin. Omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin E, in particular, can possibly help to prevent allergies.
Omega-3 fatty acids are found in nuts and fish, and vitamin E in vegetable oils and wheat germ.